Texter av Paul M Sweezy (på svensk)
Bl.a. bøgerne Socialismen på Kuba + Socialkapitalismen + Monopolkapitalet.

Monthly Review

Why stagnation? (Vol.56, No.5, October 2004, p.69-77)
“This is an reconstruction from notes af a talk given to the Harvard Economics Club om March 22, 1982, and is reprinted from the June 1982 issue of Monthly Review.”

Monopoly capitalism (Vol.56, No.5, October 2004, p.78-85)
“This essay is from The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 1987.”

Capitalism and environment (Vol.56, No.5, October 2004, p.86-93)
“This is a slightly modified version of a paper prepared for the roundtable ‘Socialism in the world’ held at Cavtat, Yugoslavia, in October 1988.”

Cars and cities (Vol.51, No.11, April 2000, p.19-34).
“What is at issue here is what may be called the political economy of the motor car which, so far as I am aware, has never been subjected to serious analysis in the Marxian literature.”

Statement to the New Hampshire Attorney General (Vol.51, No.11, April 2000, p.37-41)
“What follows is Paul Sweezy’s statement defying the New Hampshire Attorney General’s inquiry into his political views and associations, as it appeared in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Sweezy v. New Hampshire, June 17, 1957.” + Introduction by John H. Simon: Sweezy v. New Hampshire : the radicalism of principle (p.35-37).

More (or less) on globalization (Vol.49, No.4, September 1997, p.1-4)
“Globalization is not a condition or a phenomenon: it is a process that has been going on for a long time, in fact ever since capitalism came into the world as a viable form of society four or five centuries ago.” On Norwegian: Mer (eller mindre) om globalisering (Røde Fane, nr.1, 1998).

The Communist Manifesto today (Vol.50, No.1, May 1998)
“I’ve probably read the Communist Manifesto a dozen times, more or less. But it never struck me as old hat. It was always worth reading again. So I thought that in preparation for this panel, I should read it once more, this time with special attention to insights and formulations that seem particularly relevant to the problems we face in the world as the twenty-first century approaches.”

Se også / See also:

The Baran–Sweezy Letters Project. By Nicholas Baran (Monthly Review, Vol.65, No.10, March 2014)
“The correspondence of Paul Baran and Paul Sweezy in the 1950s and early 60s is one of the great, unknown legacies of Marxian political economy in the United States. Over the past year and a half, I have been transcribing all of these letters …”
See Guide to the Paul Alexander Baran Papers (OAC: Online Archive of California). And here: Correspondence with Paul M. Sweezy.